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Broncos Injury Update: T.J. Ward practices again


ENGLEWOOD, Colo. --With Bing Crosby's Mele Kalikimaka providing images of palm trees -- or perhaps Clark Griswold's dream sequence in National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation -- the Broncos began their second practice of the week in advance of next Monday's game against Cincinnati.

For a second consecutive day, the Broncos practiced with T.J. Ward working at safety. Ward took part in individual and scout-team work Wednesday and was working with his fellow first-team defensive backs as Thursday's practice began.

Darian Stewart remained on the sideline. He has not practiced since injuring his hamstring late in the Dec. 13 loss to Oakland.

Also watching practice from the sideline was ILB Todd Davis, who has missed both days of work so far this week because of a shoulder injury.

Safety Omar Bolden (hamstring) and quarterback Peyton Manning (torn plantar fascia) were the only Broncos players not on the field when Thursday's practice began.

Quarterback Brock Osweiler was also practicing; he's dealing with a bruised shoulder and an eye infection, but he said Wednesday that neither affected him during his first day of practice this week.

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